Komen Greater NY Race For The Cure Runs Through Central ParkDespite soggy conditions, thousands of people turned out to help fight breast cancer in Central Park on Sunday.
Komen Connections: When Cancer Takes Your Breath Away, Get It Back With YogaA cancer diagnosis can take anyone’s breath away. But thanks to one organization, some patients are quite literately learning to breathe again.
Gearing Up To Race For The Cure In Central ParkNext weekend, Central Park turns pink. Thousands of people will help fight breast cancer by taking part in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Pain And Perspective: Long Island Woman Hits The Road To Battle Breast CancerMore than a decade ago, a Long Island woman made the commitment to "walk the walk" until breast cancer was no more.
Watch: CBS2 At Sisters For The CureCBS2's Janelle Burrell, Elise Finch and Dana Tyler joined the Sisters for the Cure event Saturday, taking part in conversations about the importance of breast cancer screening and services.
Thousands Of Women Are Donating Healthy Tissue For Breast Cancer ResearchA question for women; would you ever consider donating tissue from your healthy breast?
Central Park To Turn Pink For 2017 Susan G. Komen Race For The CureLinda Tantawi, CEO of Susan G. Komen for Greater NYC, spoke with CBS2's Andrea Grymes about what the event is all about.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: How To Get Involved In NYCOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and in New York City there are several gatherings planned where people can get involved and make a difference.
Special Coverage: 2014 Susan G. Komen Race For The CureThe Susan G. Komen Greater New York City affiliate continues to work towards their goal of a world without breast cancer and helping all women feel safe and sound. CBS 2 is a proud sponsor of the Race For The Cure.
Thousands To Converge On Central Park On Mission To Defeat Breast CancerOn Sunday morning, thousands of people will converge on Central Park with one goal, to defeat breast cancer.
In Remission And On A Mission: Breast Cancer Survivor Lends Help To OthersTheresa Lana's doctor said the odds were stacked against her, but noted that Lana's incredible spirit helped her get through chemotherapy, radiation and six surgeries.
2012 Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure Over 20,000 people took part in last year's run, raising $6 million in much-needed funding. But beyond the money, the Race For The Cure is meant to celebrate life and honor those who have lost the battle against breast cancer.